On the third and last day we took the first water taxi we could get, across to the South West shore, to San Pedro La Laguna. This is known as the “party” town on the lake and has a lot more life to it. It lies at the base of one of the volcanos, from which it takes it’s name. There are lovely restaurants, open air bars, coffee shops, smoothie bars, markets with beautiful locally handmade goods, great places to stay with breathtaking lake views and a multitude of Spanish schools for those who want to learn the language from…

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